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17nnrilAl Urnurn im Hfrhf In Ilia HIlirlrAlU j MVVV-wu- - 'O "DO" Uoni to the city council, it 11 uuratr to c cuie blm of a failure to enforce the pistol law. He lias no Jurisdiction of luck cat.es Under the city charter and tbo new State law which Increases the penalty above that provided In the charter. He transfers such caiet to county court. Ho li alio right In wanting the change made In the Sunday law. There Is no reason why it should not be done without delay. But the Recorder is wrong in requiring proof that tbe cash passes In beer sales on Sunday In a city where the " book'ng" pro cess is In vogue If be requires this, ns we understand he does. The Frohslnn wi'l give a concert and ball "Wednesday nlgbt at Molsteruans' 1'avliion. 7 May blossom tea, the bust tea on tho mar ket, at Douche's, 824 Slain street, GO cents per pound. Dr. F. S. Davis, homeopathic physician, mukes a specialty or troating diseases pe- culiarto children. Call on him at UUO Klin street, postotlice block, Dallas. Goddess of plenty and tho smiling daugh ter of peace are as naught to those effected with the demon of biliousness Its deadly foe Is the sovereign remedy known as Mor ns' Casuaiine. Alderman Ganzer Is In favor or annexa tion. Buckwheat, roasted codecs, canned goods, mackerel, herrings, apple butter, fresh crackers, etc., at Douche's 821 Main street. Tycoon Chop Blended, May BIohboiti tens, the best teas in the market, for BUo and 7.rc jier pound at A. K. Doucho's. Fresh butter on lee, cheese, limns, fruits etc. A good assortment of Groceries al ways on hand at T. H. Craddock's, No. 8J3 Krvay street. For fair dealing and low prices refer to those who have traded with Liui lor lour years. Gumbo file and fine Mexican colTee just arrived at Douche's grocery store. Green wire cloth, screen door and win dow frames at actual cost. Noland & Co., 719 Elm street. Put Them Out . . Mr. Elsenlolir and other good citizens do clare that the Mascot Varleiv Thoatre " Is a low dive or tne most aisrepuiauie cusrsc- ter, In which base women are kept, who e sintr. dance and carry on a" of lascivious conversation and conduct, Inciting broils, to." The Herald has frequently called attention to this nuisance. It should be abated and doubtlens will on the petition referred to. Doll f-" to Children' Nursing and for utl dis- away Examinations. The examination of applicants for admis- slon into the City Puhllo Schools will com- mpTipp on iMotinnv nm mat, snn continue from day to day at tne ollice or the super intendent In the Central Hiirh School Build ing. Pupils who left the schools before the -close of the school year will not be permit ted to rejoin their respective classes until they nave pasBca a ssusisciory examina tion on the required studies. Parents aro urged to have their children present them selves for examination ana assignment in advance of the openiag of the session, that the work ol organization and classification of tbo pupils may proceed with ns little do- lay as peSll)IC. J. J . JIAND. How She Caught Him. Bar bit dear whr are you so lato icettlna home this evening said a wife of one of our young lawyers the other evening as sue met him at the gate. What time did you leave your ollice f At 6:30 as usual said be with an air ol supreme innocenco prevadlng his unsoph isticated countenance. Ah I at o-M) inueeui I said she. Then where have you been all the while since you left your office. See 'tis now nearly 7 1 Oh I I I have been down to C. V. Waller's drug store drinking that delicious Ice cream soda an J smoke ing those heavenly tlectrlo cigars. Oh, what a nioo boy you are; why can't you take roef Itrac-o up. Jfoa are fueling iloprossert, your petite is poor, you are bothered with lieadaclio. you are fidjrety, nervous iand generally out of sorts, anil want to brace up. Ura?o up, but- not with stimulants, aprin medicines or bitten, wnlcn hare for their basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate- you for an hour, and then leave you in a worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will vurifr your blood, start healthy action lof Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality and give renewed health ana strength. Such a medicine you will find IB Eiectnc Kitten, ana only w VwnU bottle, at W. II. Howell & S'od, 'ressi':.!.TiltB1uonVprTnc'n' Jro'a wug btort. The Value of Brains. Muscle avails but llttlo without brains to direct. The forcos of nnture buooiuo potent In thobamli of observant think ers and logical roasonors. Largo opo rations demand proportionate brains in their nmungomout An export or con sulting enginoor or chnmlst may ofton save ton tluios his cost to those who are about embarking in largo enterpris es. It costs too niuoli to. loam by slow oxpoi'lonco that which may be known through tho modium of tuon of brains already skilled In tho peculiar dopartmont, under consideration. Ono or two familiar illustrations may servo to show tho valuo of brains: Llo big vlsitod a Prussian bluo (dyo stuff) factory and found no visible reason why lis products was so suporlor to that of other factories, but that the machinery was horribly out of lino, grinding itsolf ns well as tho ingredients triuratod. Ho went out, bought three cent's worth of iron filings, camo back, had tho shafts keyed up and lined, threw on tho filings, and produeod nif crjually good result tho factory had boon grinding up the macliiuory to no compllsh this. What a good thing it was to havo a consulting chemist thai day ! Somo tinio ago, when tho mob was pulling down tho Veiulomo col umn, there- was a hitch in the procood- imrs: tho cohuu would not budgo. A gentlomnn in tiio crowd, erroneously supposed to follow the soa, sung out lustily," "Wot tho roper '1 lie report er failed to learn his name, unfortii natoly, for tho column camo down with a run, and the noccssity for "standing- from under" w as two obvious to admit of any dolav. It was subsoqiionlly as certained that ho was an ominont en ginncr; and it was a very good thing that day to havo a consulting engineer on hand. The Manufacture of Ribbons. It is known that tho manufacture of ribbons was fairly established in St. Eticnno, France, In tho eleventh con- tury, and that tho plaeo remains to this day the principal contro of tho in dustry. During tho persecution of tho Huguonots in that country many of the St Etionno operatives went to Daslo, Switzerland, and established the indus try there, whero it becamo second only to St. Eticnno. The third most impor tant centro was Coventry, Eng., but Crefold and Viontia aro also largo pro- lucing centres. To-day there are nanufacturod in tho United States luito as many ribbous as are mado in kt. Etionne. Tho product of Switzer land consists mainly of plum styles; that of France largoly of lino nnd fancy milllnary goods; that of Crefold mainly of black silk ami black volvet ribbons, tho latter a specialty; that of England largoly of plain goods; while tho Unitod States tries everything with much success, though depondont ichletly upon Europo for tho lead in styles. It is a curious fact that for five hurt lred years ribbous were worn mostly by mon rather than by women, especi ally during tho long period of eftoinin acy in the malo attire. In tho fifteenth to the soventeunth centuries their uso nn England was restricted to the royal ty and gentry by statute. In the time of Charles II. and James II. tho wholo attire was covered with ribbons. A fop in thoso days was doscribed ns "wear ing more than would slock half a dozen shops or twenty country ped dler)." It is nnntlior enriorm f:iot thnt in the manufacture of ribbons the self acting loom was in uso ouo hundred years before Cartwirlght's invention, and that in more recent times little now has been added in that branch of the silk industry. The Locust Amid the noonday drowslucss Ills voice Is strangely shrill. He has a sturdy pair of lungs, And icll-assert lug wllll The modest minstrels of the grass lie does a grievous wrong, As though be would exterminate Their music In his song! He emigrates from place to place, His mode ot lite Is rudo, He's something of a vagabond In gormandizing food! And yet this Insect egotist, Disdaining bee and bird, As like some noisy folks we know Determined to be beard 1 -ma It llaynt, in WU Aak. Had an Object A citizen was using a telephone in a tore on Woodward avonuo the other day and he kept saying: "Speak louder can't hear stand closer can't catch a word to save my life!" "It seems queer that you are bother ed so much," said tho owner of the 'phone as he cauo up." "Aren't you a little deaf?" "'So! It'l all right replied the man. "The follow at the other end ia a credi tor of mine, and he wants to know if I can pay him 1 25 to-day." Detroit Free lYtst. DOMESTIC HINTS. CUSTARD EGOS. Tut the washed eggs In a saucepan of cold water and lot them just coma to a boll then take them up. Or, lay thorn in a hot tin pail, cover them with boiling water, put the top on the pall and leavo thorn on tho kitchen table for four minutes. Drain off tho water, pour on moro boiling waler, and re place tho top. Wrap a hot towol about tho pall and leave it four mlnutos be fore dishing tbo eggs. They will be liko a soft custard throughout, and more digestible than if cooked In any other way. FRESH MACKEUEU Clean tho fish, scald a bunch of herbs and chop thorn fino, and put thorn with ono ounco of butter and three table spoonfuls of soup stock into a stew-pan. Lay in the mackerol and simmor gontly for ton mlnutos. Lift them out upon a hot dish; dredge a little flour and add salt, cayenuo, a little lemon julco, and finally two tablespoonfuls of cream; lot thoso just boil, and pour over tho fish. HOMINY CROQUETTES. To ono quart of boiling water add n tcaspoonful of salt; stir in gradually a lioaping half-pint of the finest hominy; boil three-quarters of an hour, and put it on the back of the range, whero It will remain hot an hour longer; then put in a largo bowl and add tho beaten yolks of two eggs, mix It thoroughly, and when cold shape into cones; dip the cones In beaten egg, roll in crumbs, and fry in boiling fat POTATO FRITTERS. Doll and pool six large potatoes or a dozen smaller ones; mash them well, and add four well-beaten eggs, a little croam or milk, chopped parsley, chives, salt, and popper, and mix the whole together. Raise on the end of a knife about a tcaspoonful of this paste, and drop It Into a pan of boiling lard or butter, when the patse will swell and form a light, round fritter. CORN BREAD. Turn boiling water upon four quarts of meal and stir until it is all scalded, but not very moist. Thon add one and a half quarts of sour milk or butter milk, two tea8poonfu!s of soda, two cupfuls of sugar, and flour to make it as stiff as can bo stirred. Bake iu n six-quarlor pan, in a modorato oven for two hours and a half. TONGUE CHEESE. Tako ono beef tongue, two calves' livers, three pounds of salt pork, and boil until thoroughly cookod. Mince together very lino, season to tasto with spices, press the mass into a pan and allow to get cold. Slice thin and serve upon a napkin in a lunch dish. FRIED APPLES. Make a batter of two eggs, a pinch of salt, a cup of milk, and six tablo spoonfuls of flour. Slieo, pare, and core- tart apples as thin as Saratoga potatoes. Dip them In the battor and fry. Eat with powdored sugar. FRIBD SALT PORK. Cut as many slices as will be required for breakfast, the evening before, and soak till morning in sweet milk and water. Then rinso till tho wator Is clean, and fry. For a change it may bo rolled in corn meal and then fried GRAHAM GEMS. One quart of buttermilk, one tca spoonful of soda, one toaspoonful of salt, Graham flour enough to mako n stiff battor. Uako in gom pans hot and and well greasod. In a hot oven. Try it. ' GING".EK CAKE. One cup molasses, one cup sugar, two tablespoonfulls black popper, two table spoonfuls ginger, two of cinnamon, one cup butter, one-third cup sour milk, five cups flour, ono toaspoonful soda. WHITE CAKE. Whites of six eggs, two cupa sugar, three. cups flour, one cup sweet milk, three-fourths cup butter, two teaspoon ful soda. SUGAR COOKIES. Two cups of sugar, one cup of butter, ono-half oup of sweet milk, four eggs, tbreo teaspoonfuls of baking powder, flavor with nutmog. PICKLED 1003. Boil hard and put Into cold water; when cool remove the shells; stick cloves into them and put in cold vine tC". They Were ReaL Two lodios met the other day after a separation of some years. One bad married in the interim, ana her friend questioned her about her housekeeping occupations and amuse nionU, finally she asked: "Have you any flowers r' "Only three." Three! and you used to be so fond of them. They mi ist be rare species. " "They are; two boys and a girl I" Oh, I mean reid flowers," exclaim ed the friend. But mine are rea.1 flowers," persisted tbe loyal little number. Detroit Fret Prtu. HAY YOU? Dp you fool (lull, languid, low-spirited, llfo oaa, und inacacrlhulily niiseralilo, lioth physl cally mid menially I exiorlciico a sensu of fullness or bloating after enliinr, or of "itrniv IH-S.H," or t'liiptincHM of Htniiiiicli In tho morn Inir, totiKiiu imt4-il, lilttor or liml tnsla in mouth, liTt-tfiihir apctlU, (IIzIuchm, frciiint hendiielies, blurrod cyculiflit, " lloiitfntf BM-ok " l)cforo tlio cyi-a, iktvouh prodtrutinn or c liaustlon, Irrllublllty of tumpcr, lint tlualiea, alternatinir with elillly MMiflntioiis, aliiirp. bllluir. transient pnins lieru hikI thero, cold feet, ilrnwHliicaH utter meulH, wiikefiilm-HK, or (ilsturlH-il mid uiirofrcsliiiiir sleep, enimtmit, liuleaerlbiililo tooling of dreud, or of impend ing calamity? If you bavo all, or any cnnalricrahln number ot tlicHo sytiiiiUiniH, you urn fliiili-rlnif from that moNt common of American maladies IIIIIouh Dyspepsia, or Torpid 1,1 ver, iiwiot'ltitcd with l).VHH-pla, or Indigestion. The. moro complicated your (liaeiiNo has become-, the greater tin) number and diversity of symp tom. No matter what stuiro It has reached, lr. Plerro'K Uoldcn Itlodicul Dlxcovery will aubduu It, If taken ureordlnif to direc tions for a reasunalilo length of time. If not ourixl, complications multiply and I'miHiimp tlon (if tho 1, u 1 1 if h. Hkln Mhcium-b, Heart Disease, HheumittiHiii, Kidney DIbooho, or other (fravo maladies nni tpilto llublo to net In and, sooner or later, Imluco a fatal termination. Dr. IMcrcc'H (ldou Medical Dis covery acta powerfully upon tho Liver, and thmuirh that I'tvnt blond -purifyimr orwan, cleanses the system of all lilnod-tulnls and im purities, from whatever cause iirisinir. It, ia equally cllleaelous In actiinr upon tho Kid neys, and other excretory organs, clcansiuir. trunirt hen Inir, and healing their diseases. As an appetl.iinr, n-storallvc tome, it promotes digestion anil nutrition, thereby hmldintr up both llcsh unit strength. In malarial districts, this wonderful medicine has (rained irrcat celebrity III curinir Fever and Airuc, Chills and Fevor, lltiiub Airue, and kindred diseases. Dr. Pierce's Golden medical Dis covery CURES ALL HUMORS, from a common Illotch, or Eruption, to the worst Somf nla. Sult-rheum, " Fcver-aorea," F'.-aly or Hough Hkln, In short, all discuses caused by bud blond aro conquered by this powerful, purifying, and Invlifonitlnir medi cine. (Ireut Kiitinir Ulcers rapidly heal under its lieniKn Inllucnco. Knpi-iiully has it mani fested its potency In curing Tetter, Eczema, Eryslpelus, Ilolls, Carbuncles, Soro Eyes. Scrof ulous Sores and Swellings, Hip-Joint Disease, " White Swelllnira," Ooltre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged (Hands. Send ten cents In BtuiMs for a lurgo Treatise, with colored plates, on Skin Diseases, or the same amount lor a Trcutiau on Scrofulous Allectious. FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE." Thoroughly clennsn It by iialng Dr. IMcrce's i.olilon III ed leal DiMCOVcry, nnd good ingestion, n fair akin, buoyant spirits, vital su-cngth und bodily licultti will bo established. CONSUMPTION, which Is Scrofula of the Lungx, la arrested and cured by this remedy, if taken In tho curlier stages of tho disease. From Its mar velous power over this terribly fatal dlsciwe, when first offering this now world-tamed rem edy to the public, Ir. I'lcrco thought seriously )f calling It hlS "('ONSITMITION Cl-KK," but ali.Tialoiicd that name us too restrictive for a iiivdieiim which, from Its wonderful com. bli'ution of tonic, oratrengthenlng, iiltitnttlvv. or blood-clcnnslng, nntl-bilious, pectoral, and nutritive properties, is uneipiulcd, not only as a reined v for Conainnptlou, but for all l lironlc Dlacaaesi of tho Liver, Blood, and Lungs. For Weak Lung. Pplttlmr of lllnod, Short ness of llreath, t'hroulo Nasal Caturrh, llron cliltis, Asthma, Severe Coughs, und kindrctf atrectlona, it, la an otllolent. remedy. Sold bv Druif gists, at $1.00, or Six Dottles for S.(0. . . fW" S(tnd ten cents In stamps for Dr. Pierce s book on Consumption. Address, . World's Dispensary Medical Association, 663 main St., BUFFALOt N. V Notice to Exhibitors. Floor plons of the Exposition Kail 200x 300 feet, i'owcr Hull 7."ixW"j feet, Machinery Hull (K)x2.i0 leot, of tlio Texas State Fair and Dallas Kxnosition, can be seen at the secretary's ollice, and exhibitors for the coming; Fair and Exposition, October !htu to November Mh, next, who have not alreo ily tiled their applications for space are hereby requested to do sq at their eur"est possible convenience. Information as to terms, charges, oto , can lie had on npplioa tlou to the secretary. A. SANUKit, Director In Charge, SYDNEY SMITH, Secretary. BLMUI! Dr Black Lcprour, Is a dlMo which is conldorod Incurable, lint tl 'liot yielded to tho cunitbe prop mirs of Swift's SrEMric now known ull owl the world as 8. S. R. Mia. Itaili-y, of West Somcr ville, la".,niirllwtoii.att.Hl:l-vcr:dyi r l-'O with this bidi-imsl'larki-ntrl ion, and wnsttint. eQ by the b-t nieuu.nl lidciil, who could only ant that thedi-!iovin a a-tit-t of LEPROSY sndcoiiffipientlv liicurnl'Ic. It I hn.,-!-iljie todu crllwhcrutlcriiii:. Her body fnun tho crown ot h-r la-ad to I ho "l of her fc-t m a mie-s ot dc n. :hs lit-sli rotiluolf and i-avtnr;rrc:it cavitli-. Her finpi-r ffti-rid si d n-vernl Hails ilroptml ofl at on tlnicl Ib-r llnihi contnu-lnl by the fearful ulceration, dnd forvcurffliodid not leave her bed. Her wclL'lit a n-dunit fr-m I Ji to W tin. Fomt faint Idia her condltioa tan be plenn. d fnim the fart that v hreo ponntl of ('ornoline or oint ticntwere nAl Jier week In drcwing her urct Finally ihepliv-lcianaackmmledei-d their defeat by tliia Mack Wulf, and conjJii-ndcd I he suffer' loherall-wleeCraator. IIr huslMind licanncwonilcrfulrrpmtaofSwirtl Bpeclflc (S. H. S.), prgvaik-d on her lo try It as S last resort. She Uvan m umlcr protctt. but fuos found that lu-r eystem was iK-mir Mlcvcd ( tbe poijou. a tlio eo.i-a awirm-d a n-d and health tolor. a tlicmrh the hlotl was beconurir pure and solve. Wra. lislh-ycMiilnuedllieb.S.li. until l4 rVbruarr: every sore was healed; the divarded chair and crut nea, and wa for tlie Cr-t tinij in U rcara s well wooiac. Iter husband, ilr. C. A. Bai ty, la In bu-im-M at rH Wack.ton Street, Bo tffli and will lake pk-axire In Rlrin- the details ot this wonderful etire. Send to ns for Treaties ot Blood and bktn Uieuaaea, mailed free. Ti Stnrt Snrirtc Co.. Dawrr ?. Atlanta v W AILS 1 THE lovers Dootile Acting Fore PUMPS WITH Glass Valve Seat. The only Pump niude having this Improvement. Call and See It. Boss and Hose Reels Law. Mowers' Bncllioarils Bro & Carts' WIND MILLS, ETC, ETC, Bartram, BoUnson & Co., 209 Main Strekt. Opposite Court Bouse TEXAS LANDS. Send for mans and particulars of special Lnrgulus in Pino, Agricultural and Grazing auds, Immediately on the lines ol now railroad, where you can " crow up with the country." State amount you can invest and whether lor use or spnctilatlon. J. n. PAIUHHU V, Dallas. Texas. TO Til 10 Tourist, Traveler, Emigrant, and tho Public ticnerully. thk TexasMlaiiuHoiite, Gulf, Colorado &, Santa Fo U'y, Utters adrantat'es UncanallBd ! Eiclnsive! Unexcelled ! on all tliroiiKU trains between Gralveston, Ft. Worth, Gainesville, l''lli;K to PuHseHL'crs holding KirsUclisHs tickets from Uulvcaton orlloiiaton to Fort 'Worth, Gainesville or Dal las, or from Fort Worth, GaineMVilloor Dallas to Galveston or . Houston. To aud from Intermefliate Points. 150 Miles or less 23 Cents; 1.7) to 2.V) Miles SO CeutBi over iM Miles Tu Cents. New Couches, Splendid Equip incuts, 1' ust Time, sure Ooiincctlou. 22 MILKS the Shortest ltoute FOHT WOUTU to GA1SESVILL1S. TJJK best ltoute to DALLAS, FABM KltSVILLJi, 110NEY GHOVK. 27 MILKS the Shortcut Iloute, DALLAS to IIONKV GUOVK. rpnn: Favorite ltoute to HOUSTON, 1 NAVASOTA, MOJSTGO:iKHY,CON UOK. rplIK only Route to LAMPASAS, GOLK 1 MAN, BALLLNGEU. BROWN WOOD DIRECT Connccl'on from Austin, Waco, Gatesvlllo, San Antonio, Memphis, St. Louis, Kansas City, and all points North, East and West. T ho only Route running Solid Through Trains G A LYES' tua,(uiii nuuiu GAINESVILLE For further Information address. JAMES 8. CARK, Geu'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, Galveston. ST. J. STORMS, Ticket Agent. Dallas. STANDARD GAUGE. SLIms, Arkansas anil Texas Ry -FROM- ARKANSAS I TEXAS VIA CAIHO TO St.Louis and Gliicap Connecting in Union Depots wltU THROUGH TRAINS For all points in ILLINOIS, IOWA, WISCONSIN IN DIANA, MICHIGAN, PEN SYLVANIA, OHIO, . NEW YOKK. and all points North and East, and via Memvnls to all points In tbe SOUTHEAST rw.n' l.nv llrlrAt from anv nnint nntl you have consulted the apen s of the SU Louis, Arks nsas Texas railway. D. Millfr, K. "W. Lallsaume, Gcn'l Pass. Art. Ass't Gen'l Pass. Aft feu Louis, Mo. W. 1 1. Wlnfleld, W. P. Ilom-in, Genl Afrt Paas Dcpt Gen'l Man., Texarkana,Tex. Texarkana, Tel .